Kickstart the Week(end) with Salty Roos Are We There, Yeti?

By: Nicole D’Andria What do you get when you adventure with three kangaroos and a secret agent? Salty Roos! Learn more about this bonkers Kickstarter in this in-depth interview between myself (the editor of Salty Roos) and the entire creative team!

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Celestial Falcon #1: Supernatural Superhero Comic Book

  By: Nicole D’Andria From Comic Frontline’s very own Chris Dibuduo and Brant Fowler, Celestial Falcon is a supernatural superhero comic book about a group of teenagers on a quest to vanquish a dark evil. And the fate of the entire world is on the line! Celestial Falcon is a coming-of-age superhero story following Chris and his group of friends. They discover an ancient power, leading to the story of Celestial Falcon! There is even a deluxe version available, which is an extra-sized 28 interiors page with an addition four…

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Kickstart the Week with PBOW: World War Bitch #1 Break Kickstarter grindhouse style!

By: Nicole D’Andria With a title that definitely catches people’s attention, PBOW: World War Bitch #1 is the sequel to the dystopian sci-fi action story Pregnant Bitches of War! Get ready for a continuation of the cult hit that combines The Handmaid’s Tale and Kill Bill! PBOW: World War Bitch #1 is 40 pages that continue the hit series that started five years ago. The story revolves around six pregnant women taken through time by mad scientist Nikola Tesla. They need to save the world from a terrifying future that…

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Kickstart the Week with SAFFRON: Spacetime Academy Adventures #1

By: Nicole D’Andria Experience the colourful all-ages space adventure comic, SAFFRON! In this world, you’ll take part in the daily life of the Spacetime Academy For Fundamental Representatives Of NEXUS (SAFFRON for short), and train to become a spacetime officer! I even spoke with the creative team on the book to learn more about their outer space world.   In SAFFRON, a young woman by the name of Saffron Sizemore falls through a wormhole and appears at her ironic namesake, the Spacetime Academy For Fundamental Representatives Of NEXUS (SAFFRON)! She…

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Kickstart the Week with NOOK – a WWII Ghost Story (Hardcover Graphic Novel)

  By: Nicole D’Andria In a home on the border of France during WWII, a family finds a dark past and a cat named Nook. For the first time, the hardcover version of Nook is available on Kickstarter, and I’m speaking with creator/writer Caleb Thusat about the demented dreams he had that led to the creation of this haunting graphic novel!   Inspired by Caleb’s dreams and the works of Guillermo del Toro, Nook follows a family fleeing from WWII German. A young girl by the name of Avery and…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Spirit’s Destiny – Ongoing Comic Series

By: Nicole D’Andria Looking for a comic book that promotes diversity? How about an ongoing series featuring the first female Haitian-American superhero created by an all-female production team?! Short Fuse Media Group’s latest ongoing superhero series, Spirit’s Destiny, is here, and I’m talking with the writer and artist! Spirit’s Destiny is a coming of age story about a young woman by the name of Destiny. She dies and after being resurrected, comes back with some amazing powers that she needs to learn how to control. Will she use her abilities…

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Kickstart the Week with Boston Metaphysical Society: The Spirit of Rebellion

By: Nicole D’Andria Journey to a world of steampunk filled with ghosts in the latest standalone installment of Boston Metaphysical Society! I talk with the creator/writer and artist about this fan-favorite webcomic. In the alternate-history of Boston Metaphysical Society, ghosts are a common part of life. Previously, a medium/spirit photographer by the name of Caitlin O’Sullivan began working for Samuel and Granville; together they battled the supernatural! She even managed to defeat The Shifter, a battle that resulted in her gaining telekinetic powers. Now we have the standalone Caitlin O’Sullivan…

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Kickstart the Week with 47 Furious Tails, Issue #1

  By: Nicole D’Andria Take a trip back in time to Japan with 47 Furious Tails. This limited series may be about anthropomorphic animals, but it’s based on true events involving Ronin and samurai. I spoke with the creator about his comic book series. Creator/writer W.S. Quinton wrote 47 Furious Tails with illustrations by Alexia Veldhuisen. The story is 12 issues long and shows a historical event using character that are portrayed as animals. In the first issue the lord of Ako, Asano Naganori, is readying up for a journey…

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Kickstart the Week with The Damned Knight

  By: Nicole D’Andria A comic book over 10 years in the making, The Damned Knight is a black-and-white origin story of a medieval knight’s journey through life, death and the afterlife. I spoke with the writer about his passion project. Nathan Webb (Britformers) wrote and drew The Damned Knight over a decade ago. This 28 page medieval era story is set in the Avebury stone circle. It is a necromantic fantasy horror comic book that pursues the themes of love, war, betrayal and mystery. The project has already reached…

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Kickstart the Week with Cornrows #1: Part One of the Urban Fantasy Comic Book Series

  By: Nicole D’Andria Interested in entering a gritty world for fans of shows such as The Wire, Daredevil, and The Punisher? Cornrows is the latest comic book that turns the “super” and maybe even the “hero” on its head in this “superhero” series. I spoke with writer Brian Hawkins about the beginning of his urban fantasy series. Cornrows is written by Brian Hawkins with artwork from Marcio Loerzer (X-O Manowar), inking by Adriana Abreu, gray tones by David Fox, and lettering by Guido Martinez. The series follows Theo Mayfield,…

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Jeff Whitman Teases What’s To Come for The Loud House

Comic Frontline had a chance to talk with Assistant Editor of Papercutz, Jeff Whitman, about their collection of Loud House graphic novels where we discuss Sam, Los Casagrandes, and the graphic novel’s new format. The Loud House After Dark Volume 5 is now available at your local comic book store. Comic Frontline: Both Volume 5 and 6 are going to be continuous stories. Can you tell us a bit about these stories, and what made you decide to go this route? Jeff Whitman: For the past 4 volumes, we had…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with THE GOOD FIGHT: A Peaceful Stand Against Bigotry and Racism

By: Nicole D’Andria An important anthology collecting more than 40 stories, THE GOOD FIGHT has an all-star roster of comics creators taking a stand against hatred, bigotry and racism. Be a part of this peaceful stand that includes the likes of Mark Waid (Daredevil, Captain America), JH Williams III (Promethea, Batwoman) and Greg Pak (Planet Hulk, John Wick). I interviewed the founding editor and a couple of the creators in this latest “Kickstart the Week” feature. THE GOOD FIGHT collects over 200 pages of original material that cover a ton…

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Kickstart the Week with Book of Lyaxia #1

By: Nicole D’Andria In this latest Kickstarter, see every mythology explored in Book of Lyaxia #1! Plus enjoy an in-depth interview with the creative team of this mythical adventure. The Book of Lyaxia universe includes every pantheon, from Greek to Egyptian. This particular book focuses on the twin brothers Deimos and Chronos as they explore this chaotic world. They’ll deal with themes of family, love and war, as well as finding your place in the world and discovering your destiny. And in this world, doing good is much more dangerous…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with The Theory: A Twisted Sci-Fi Series

By: Nicole D’Andria Today we have a twisted collection of science-fiction stories in The Theory—a spin-off of the cult hit Twisted Dark. I interviewed writers and part of the art team for the comic series, which hearkens back to The Twilight Zone and constructs a Black Mirror vibe. The Theory is a collection of three interconnected and thrilling sci-fi plots with twist endings. In one plot we follow astroarchaeologist Linda, whose job involves finding dead civilizations and learning from them so humankind can avoid extinction. In the second plot, we…

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Kickstart the Week with Moon Girl graphic novel – Retro futurism! Ray guns! Pew Pew!

By: Nicole D’Andria Spinning out of the 9-page story starring Moon Girl in The Not Forgotten Anthology, the retro-futuristic world of Moon Girl returns in this brand new standalone graphic novel! I spoke with the creator and writer to learn more about this public domain character. Moon Girl reimagines the public domain character from the 1940s in a PG rated sci-fi adventure. The artwork mimics stained and faded pages, thought bubbles, and ray guns from the golden age comics, combining them with a modern era’s taste for fast pacing. Journey…

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